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Projective Eye Gallery to present ‘Digital Dialogues’

The Projective Eye Gallery at UNC Charlotte Center City will present “Digital Dialogues,” two multimedia installations that incorporate full-scale digital fabrication with a touch of the hand and a topographic perspective.  Newly formed collaborative teams of College of Arts + Architecture professors and students have expanded the creative process, removing the control of the solely autonomous artist. 

Architecture students aiding local preschool

Students in the School of Architecture’s AIAS “Freedom by Design” chapter recently completed the first of a two-phase project at the Cabarrus Bilingual Preschool, run by Families First in Cabarrus County, a nonprofit organization that serves low-income families through bilingual (Spanish and English) programs for children and parents.

Social sustainability event focuses on communities and connections

A network of people from varied walks of life will gather in Charlotte and other U.S. and U.K. cities Wednesday, June 8, through Friday, June 10, to delve into transportation, connections with the natural world, the value of human well-being and security and social and physical mobility.

Doctoral student receives $20,000 national fellowship

Counseling student LaTonya Summers is one of 22 doctoral scholars across the United States to be selected for the Minority Fellowship Program by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC).

As a result of this honor, Summers will receive $20,000 and training to support her education and facilitate her efforts with underserved minority populations.

University program addressing mental health needs of Latino community

An unfolding partnership between an interdisciplinary team at UNC Charlotte and the Camino Community Center is helping to address the mental health needs of Charlotte’s Latino community.

Works by art faculty to be part of Spartanburg Museum exhibition

Five faculty members of the Department of Art and Art History will be part of the group exhibition “Pacts and Invocations: Magic and Ritual in Contemporary Art,” which opens Thursday, June 23, at the Spartanburg Art Museum.

Curated by Assistant Professor of Print Media Erik Waterkotte, “Pacts and Invocation” will feature work by 10 artists, including UNC Charlotte faculty members Malena Bergmann, Aspen Hochhalter, Anna Kenar, Janet Williams and Waterkotte.

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Applications for the fall cohort of the Leadership Experience will be accepted June 1-26. This award-winning program covers such topics as the difference between leadership and management, how to influence people and building relationships based on trust and mutual respect.

Participants in the program should be in a leadership position with supervisory responsibilities and have completed LEAD.

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